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Salt Water Flush for Colon Cleansing

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Salt Bed Photo © year Britta Heise

*This is not a PRL protocol

Benefits of the Salt Flush

You can think of a Salt Flush as a “25 cent colonic” and more. A Salt Flush cleanses the entire digestive tract, including the stomach, small intestine and colon. Whereas, colonics or enemas only reach the colon or a small part of it. In general, most people have suffered considerable damage to the lining of the entire intestinal tract- from mouth to anus. Poor dietary choices, gallstones, lack of bile, overeating, etc. all contribute to the deterioration of this precious “internal skin.”  As a result of this “tissue damage syndrome,” cells are challenged by poison, oxygen depriva­tion, malnutrition or a physical trauma, and they lose potassium, take on sodium and chloride, and swell up with excess water. The presence of high quality salt will begin to reverse this damage as cells take on more sodium. It also promotes a healthy internal pH which will neutralize the harmful effects of parasites and pathogens. The salt will literally “flush” the toxins away.

  1. Kathy Knox says:

    How can I print this information? I notice sometimes you can print instructions for a protecol but not always.
    I find this somewhat frustrating.

  2. michelle says:

    This was helpful to me as a salt water flush is neccessary in completing the master cleanse.Thanks!

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  6. Hi and thanks for this very useful information. I tried this today for the first time. Within ten minutes of finishing the salt drink my bowl movement began. I did feel slightly nauseous and bloated. I will continue cleansing once a week until the water runs clear.
    Thanks for making this article.

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  9. Wow! Day 1 and I had incredible results with this flush! I’m wondering if its ok to do a coffee enema on the same day as a salt water flush….even back to back? Thnx.

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  11. sheree perkins says:

    My husband is undergoing “alternative” cancer treatment and just completed his first SALT FLUSH with great success. He told me today, he feels so much better and does not have that “sick feeling” you can get after enemas. This will become part of the healing plan. Thank you for clear, concise instructions and information.

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